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When the pandemic hit, I worked closely with Lesley to ensure that COVID relief dollars were available to businesses across the mountain community.
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When the pandemic hit, I worked closely with Lesley to ensure that COVID relief dollars were available to businesses across the mountain community. We met weekly to strategize on how to navigate a global healthcare emergency and help local businesses survive an unprecedented situation. Early in the pandemic, the five chambers in Jefferson County banded together with Lesley to collect and distribute PPE including face masks, sanitizer and gloves to all who needed it.
Lesley pays attention to what is happening in the mountain community by attending Chamber events, public meetings and being available to listen to how we in the Evergreen and Conifer area need as support from our county. This November I will be proud to vote for Lesley Dahlkemper so the partnership continues.
Betsy Hays, President of the Evergreen Chamber 2015-2020
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